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In this course, you’ll explore some of the coolest and most useful features in the newly released Python 3.9. You’ll learn how Python 3.9 makes it easier to work with time zones, dictionaries, decorators, and several other techniques that will make your code cleaner and more efficient.
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Unravelling Rich Comparison Operators
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The Magic of Python Context Managers
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Python 3.9: Cool New Features for You to Try
In this article, you’ll explore some of the coolest and most useful features in the newly released Python 3.9. You’ll learn how Python 3.9 makes it easier to work with time zones, dictionaries, decorators, and several other techniques that will make your code cleaner and more efficient.
Resolving Package Dependencies With the New Version of Pip
If you use Python, then you probably have used pip to install additional packages from the Python package index. Part of the magic behind pip is the dependency resolver, and there is a new version of it in the latest version of pip. This week on the show, we have Sumana Harihareswara and Georgia Bullen, who have been working on the recent releases of pip. Sumana is the project manager for pip, and Georgia has been working on pip’s user experience (UX).
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Find Performance Bottlenecks in Python Code
Donald Knuth said: “We should forget about small efficiencies, say about 97% of the time: premature optimization is the root of all evil. Yet we should not pass up our opportunities in that critical 3%.” Blackfire lets you find the 3%. Supports all Python versions. Quick install & appealing UI →
100+ Python and Data Science Projects for Every Kind of Programmer
A huge list of project ideas to inspire your imagination!
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Solving the Equilibrium Index Problem in Python
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Learn To Secure Your Python Apps at SnykCon 2020
A free, multi-track virtual event. Learn from leading security engineers and developers in hands-on technical sessions so you can work with your team to avoid malicious attacks and deliver secure code.
Python’s map(): Processing Iterables Without a Loop
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Watchman: Monitoring Dependency Conflicts for Python Library Ecosystem
Dependency management is hard. Learn what sort of problems exist in Python and how you can find and report, and even predict dependency conflicts with Watchman.
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